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Inverbervie is a pebble and shingle beach which follows the curved coastline of Bervie Bay from a position in front of the small town of the same name. The river mouth of Bervie Water flows into the bay at the northern end of the beach and can be popular for fishing.
A car park and picnic tables can be found next to the beach at the end of Kirk Burn. A coastal path passes the beach and offers excellent views of the rugged coastline in both directions.
Facilities such as shops, places to eat, and a sports centre can be found in the town of Inverbervie, including The Bervie Chipper, an award winning fish and chip shop.